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THE MINERS' POLICY.

IMR. ASQUITH'S PLEDGE TO LABOUR.

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MARGARINE EXPERIMENT, j -I

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DIGGING GRAVE OF THE HUN FAITH.

THE 'TALL HAT. I -I

I THE COMPULSION BILL. I

DRYN COLLIERY STOPPAGE j ....-.I

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DRYN COLLIERY STOPPAGE j WORKMEN AGREE TO PAY 9103 DAMAGES AND COSTS. I Richard Evans and a number of other colliers employed at the Bryn Navigation Colliery, near Port Talbot, were charged at Aberavon on Monday on remand with a breach of contract, and causing a stoppage of the colliery. Mr T. W. Tounson (Messrs. C. and W Kenshole, Aberdare), appearing for the colliery proprietors (Messrs. Bald- j wins, Limited), said that the case had previously been adjourned for a. fort- night on the application of defendant (Richard Evans) for the purpose of pro- curing legal representation. j Since the adjournment, however, wiser counsels had prevailed, and all the workmen responsible for the stop- page had agreed to pay £ 103 damages and costs, the workmen also undertook in the future to loyally carry out the terms of their contract and so avoid any trouble. With this undertaking, he asked for the oases to be further adjourned for four weeks to give the defendants time to carry out their agreement. [ This was agreed to. ————— —————

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MERTHYR M.P. AND THE CHAIR-

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HOW NATURE NURSES THE WOUNDED.

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SCHOOL MEDICAL TEST.